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The surreal photography experiment from Ernesto Tedeschi, Marco Monti and Paolo Teta
- Text by Riccardo Lionello
Albertina Studio photographs the same subject, three times, through six eyes. Albertina Studio has its own statute, which should not be mistaken for its male antecedent of 1848, in which the theory of love is exposed. Formless and fluid as it be, and at times likening themselves to a flower in a puddle or a mud-incrusted sock, Albertina’s love is not a love of beauty, vaguely quoting Socrates, they're about a love of good, giving birth to beauty.
It delivers prints of three photographs that communicate between each other. The three heads are Ernesto Tedeschi, Marco Monti and Paolo Teta. The first composes and creates, the second meticulously observes the creations, and the third charms and destroys. Images of architecture, portraits and fashion are organised in one single expressive result. It’s an experiment of connections and does not accomplish anything that is ugly.
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